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a lot of that i know it's not true tackling the tough issue restrictions on media freedom arbitrary killings torture maybe you giving the world movement if we brought up challenging the established line every single one of the three and a half thousand people who was killed with a drug dealer yes how do we know that you didn't try them didn't prosecute you didn't charge you shot one saw a joint that he has some for up front at this time on al-jazeera the strength of al jazeera is that because we have such an expensive network people will come to us and actually share the information with the al-jazeera team into. how they're on julien macdonald in london the top stories on al-jazeera u.s. president don't all chum's former campaign manager paul mana for a former business associate rick gates has been charged with conspiring against the u.s. in court both pleaded not guilty to that and eleven all the charges stemming from
the special investigation looking into any links between russia and the trump campaign committee how he has more in our washington d.c. . donald trump do solemnly swear donald trump has been in office less than a year but this is perhaps the most significant day of his presidency so far on monday two of his former associates turned themselves into authorities paul mann a ford is the former chair of donald trump's presidential election campaign rick gates is a longtime business associate of matta forte and worked with the white house until march both man have been indicted on a dozen charges by a federal grand jury the charges include conspiracy against the united states also to launder money acting as an agent for a foreign principal providing false statements to investigators and failure to report foreign bank accounts it has also emerged a third person tied to the truck campaign george papadopoulos has pled guilty to
lying to federal investigators over his relationship with russia but the most significant of the three is paul man a fort in august f.b.i. investigators raided matta foretold looking for evidence and told him he was a target of the special counsel robert muller's investigation no collusion no obstruction trump has repeatedly called the investigation it ties between his twenty sixteen presidential campaign and russia which god by the media and political adversaries on twitter trouble reacted to the news of the arrests arguing the charges emanate from actions taken before metaphor chaired his presidential bid he again stated there was no collusion between his campaign and russia i think it makes things worse for him i think it becomes increasingly difficult for the president to say that he didn't know what the highest level operatives on his own
campaign were doing from capitol hill top u.s. senators issued statements saying the indictments are proof the. justice process is working but underscored the need for congress's for concurrent probes into russian interference in the us election to continue kimberly help out zero washington where the white house spokeswoman sought to distance the administration from the indictments and to implicate hillary clinton instead today's announcement has nothing to do with the president has nothing to do with the president's campaign or campaign activity the real collusion scandal as we've said several times before has everything to do with the clinton campaign fusion g.p.s. in russia there is clear evidence of the clinton campaign colluding with russian intelligence to spread disinformation and smear the president to influence the election we've been saying from day one there's been no evidence of trumped russia collusion and nothing in the indictment today changes that at all spain's top
prosecutor has called for catalonia as former leaders to be charged with sedition embezzlement of funds and abuse of authority after last week's declaration of independence in central government has now taken direct control of the region. kenya's election board has announced that a who or kenya won the presidential election we won with ninety eight percent of the vote there was anger in the kenyan city of consuming an opposition stronghold after they and i'm spent was made now the election board says the election was free fair and credible despite the bill being spoiled in some areas kenya to also remember that the significant challenger after opposition leader raul pulled out of the turnout for the vote was just under thirty nine percent of the nineteen point six million registered voters because it was wholly cos that by the opposition the seventh round of talks aimed at ending syria's war have begun in the kazakhstan capital delegates are expected to call for a cease fire between government forces and rebel groups for at least six months.
maybe you think that those are all the same and they are stupid and lazy and just grazing all day with nothing going on that. maybe you should think again. i can't remember the comic book very well but that is for cows stick in my mind. there was a lift she was a peacenik so hurtful that she was praising. it. ruth the hood see that and the oldest she didn't like the stance they don't want to work palestinians would prefer to riot and work through.
a sexy cow and the madonna fan she was floated to pregnant as a thing and she fought. for to me means a rag heads ripped off again and then there was goldie. they are just disturbing. maybe if you listen to them. like. maybe. this is how the story began. early one nine hundred eighty eight. we drove to israel. and israeli peaceniks agreed to send my town to college. at that time. and they had to buy all of them that comes. with.
a porch and restart it will bring back the best to hold we were part of your year and happiness. and back your soul there was. the kind of. here. we have. a good investor hoard that we need to boycott products. most of our money comes from nova which is an israeli company we wanted to produce a project that would produce the milk that's needed by our children and populate. the group of people and that's our fault why wouldn't we have. to make milk available from local source instead of buying milk from israel.
we have we don't have the culture of causes but we have the culture of sheep and goats but. it was the first time i met a cow was in that period. britain a few critics. and one end of the songwriting you had into further ahead toward. the hear any any mechanic. heard that the truck broke down on the way and that the didn't have a clue what to do. of the kind of. yeah yeah you you look at me. it is just so. everywhere.
and he says the cows are coming and we need some volunteers to help us. controlling them and driving them to their watch. it was fun for me it was again you know this was one thousand you know ok let's go and play. this is bits of old board as it used to be doing but intifadah and the team have to suffer yeah. this is my town and those are my people. ten thousand people who gave israel and i had. the air as i.
i know as i. did you see. who likes to get. the ok because the israeli army would take pity on them. they would do. the truck came and there was a slope of the head to the bottom but he couldn't go because it was raining you get one month. oh as far as. what's going on we was we were going to come to church fifty women least. get ready we don't do anything. feel any minute and really. shout loudly at the
yeah yeah yeah and. us now and there are no money was. yeah. yeah. i jumped from the truck all over the place. here and there and here and there and i remember with a very nice yeah sure very nice soft smoking pants he was running in the mines and the mud is like till his knees and he was running behind the cows and everybody was running behind the car. would remind you.
bush there's no use took it for granted you know the palestinians are happy you know we are providing them with jobs they are enduring about their lives standard of living they forgot one thing that food money is nothing we want to do the nation. palestinians are not allowed to develop themselves they are not allowed to build an economy they're not allowed to have in agricultural development. we couldn't even produce simplest things that people needed for their daily life such like milk or milk products etc our food is coming from israel our fruits are coming from israel our water is coming from is that really dug. water companies so they are imposing in fact the only thing they don't control is the air we breathe.
one of the images. of the occupation is. trying to put into your head that you are some human you are not worth seeing you are not equal. palestinians we deserve to have a home we deserve to have our land we deserve to have our freedom and we deserve to have cows. this is the first time i come back. twenty one years.
a. dollar no actually. i live like that i yeah like a lot yeah i. tell him no he's not going to get that like that. just flip. now mike. which you know very well given that then i did and so what went didn't but i said they could look at. that some might get a little million. but don't michelle out of.
the moment they just drove down to my town that we live just in the entrance of the tunnel but so. we started to make sounds so it's good to make like this. for me as a teenager at that time it was about the fun and about you know proving that we can stop israeli. arabs and vans and products coming into our city.
one of. the big. stories i become rock and i throw stones and i remember i was almost a trip but i was like three meters away from the soldiers because they like when it's. almost got to me so it was a. great excitement. it was the second or third day when. brought a friend of mine who wanted to buy the israeli army. i think people suggested to him why don't you go and sleep in the farm since you
why. the sign for second guy so we had to go so we go to the fashion. oh no did they find that you could lay down a few duff fish should they have a good shot now move. you've gone up sudden death hips i'm not subtle we know. unfunny was very active during the fellas uprising and he came and slapped them before and we knew without but far secured at these shows we didn't speak to him we know him on the plus. and also he was awesome fast. i'm told so many as my cousin. and gets
a hold everybody is somebody. got father was that it's only five or six families. the whole town it's more like one big family. she. should have thought as best let. or do i mean michigan as it should but hordes of people feel the need to use the book the cities you see all bullshit the holy city love in the air force it was a couple of a lot of us a little music. it wasn't only at a college in the middle of it was. you know the victory gardens and planting tomatoes and potatoes and raising chickens and rabbits and etc so i know it was also part of a back age in the community that was working. in
the form that it's. where. they can plant they can jump from a building to another. i never thought of princeton as a really physical place that exist. for me it was more like smurfs we. have an. occupation was talk by surprise they never thought of palestinians as having the capability of this level of community organization that they will be able to do a massive civil resistance like that one encounter there and therefore they started
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al-jazeera world tells the story of the british declaration that changed the middle east for seeds of discord at this time. thank. you stan the difference is. in the similarities of cultures across the. al-jazeera. hello there jim it's almost here in london with our top stories on al-jazeera u.s. president on trump's former campaign manager paul mann of ford has pleaded not guilty to charges including money laundering and defrauding the u.s. judges of those from the investigation into alleged russian meddling in last year's
election is business associate gazes also pleaded not guilty to the same charges after the ewing manifolds lawyer says there's no evidence his client colluded with russia the white house spokeswoman sought to distance the administration from the indictments and to implicate hillary clinton. today's announcement has nothing to do with the president has nothing to do with the president's campaign or campaign activity the real collusion scandal as we've said several times before has everything to do with the clinton campaign fusion g.p.s. in russia there is clear evidence of the clinton campaign colluding with russian intelligence to spread disinformation and smear the president to influence the election we've been saying from day one there's been no evidence of trumped russia collusion and nothing in the indictment today changes that at all u.s. president don't trump says u.s. special operations forces have captured a libyan fighter who's been on the run since twenty twelve suspects believed to have played a role in the attack on a u.s.
diplomatic compound in the city of benghazi that killed u.s. ambassador christopher stevens and three other americans in a statement said the capture of the stuff all in mom happened on his orders and that he will face justice in the u.s. for the alleged attack spain's top prosecutor has called for catalonia as former leaders to be charged with sedition bezel meant to farms and abuse of authority after last week's declaration of independence it's been central government has taken direct control of the region kenya's election board has announced that a who're kenya won the presidential election we won with ninety eight percent of the vote there were angry protests in kisumu and opposition stronghold soon after the announcement was made the election board says the election was free fair and credible despite the ball being for sport and in some areas the turnout for the vote was just under thirty nine percent. and seven the rounds of talks aimed at ending syria's war have begun in the kazakhstan capital delegates are expected to
call for a cease fire between government forces and rebel groups for at least six months those are your headlines this hour stay with us the wanted eight hundred continues we'll see at the top they are with a full hour of. but i was very worried that that example fits a whole could spread out and then there will be facing a you know a massive civil disobedience around the country where you know can lose their ability to control the life of palestinians and you know occupation without control doesn't work. i need.
the military governor came one day with his soldiers rule the day. saying they did. to take you for two for each guy with a number on its body. and he told us. that we have to remove the cars and get rid of them. and i asked him why he said and i quote the exact words. these colors are dangerous for the security of the state of as i am. i told him i can't understand how can a cow's be dangerous for the security of the state of missouri. that's very strange.
yeah. that he got crazy that's when so he issued a military order to start a shocking campaign for the cops. hundreds of soldiers took box in this shocking campaign. event got terrorists. all of a sudden we start seeing this out of me moving. a list of names and numbers of one of the palestinians but one thing. you know.
i think at that time at least the first two years of the intifada almost every single person and that's a horse that we were winning. at we have. and they are the active we have the determination and they feel hasty and not knowing what to do. but. that. lasted for eight days and. finally they. discovered their cows. and they won't play which belongs to the pike. now you guys again. you must have not been.
i guess we have decided that. it's better to find another place for their cause. they don't understand what was happening but i think they have been moving along maybe they have felt something that. like political activist or whatsoever. i can't go on. you have to ruth. it's not an option. you know there's really. don't want you to thank you and this is the same story with a cold you know it goes with. some troubles you know and i think the cows have been experiencing the lights you know been moving skating from one place to another.
guy named bobby noonan. fifteen and i said you can doubt if that if. it can. be in half a half hour will the knowledge. cut i know will not hold me and he would do with the fact that you know how but she was funny. that one had. a few who have very tired. really returned out differently. you know we kind of learn to live side by.
side with halle a climate and i thought that any can feel. that. could ensue funny. that the fact. that men were hard. to make. wedgie. he would be with him and. got me on e bay but his timing from move on. who on. the side of mash ever. played little league. game and that he's got in hand with the high of seventy five. times i've got a few i was writing with i didn't think. it
was somewhere between breaking your allowing us to go to the patients. in those days i was confronted with a problem that accumulated during the longer days of care for you which is who is going to. distribute the milk. grabbed us out of our households they arrested many of us they torture they made life hell.
i think normally people of the four years of. their life is totally paralyzed. but others a. lot there's a lot of us mon. ami going only myself because minutes no show who see any muslim. muslim. member causing a muslim to a muslim is go home or go to muslim a holy man. look after them on. a boat before the bonus of see some of them about move those others or.
our own hands but. coming from abroad. back away from the intifada activities in favor of negotiations people abandoned by the leadership and i don't mean leadership insight it was the that's a. who has the best. interest not to have the father to continue and grow but to be quilted so that at some point there will be no leadership coming from inside from the street itself that will influence the positions after almost like riemann's you know. people start to put roses on the guns of the israelis here in better order and i remember. people driving in the cars celebrating all over the west bank and i think
for us it was kind of you know it's it's too soon it's we are being. and we are celebrating. i remember. many many days we just drive to the desert or feast of the horse and we stayed for hours and hours in that desert because we didn't want to hear cars noise making. celebrating or. the last day our. going to have any. realistic plan
we were so close or at least this is what we thought that we were so close to the nation had there was no need for the brits anymore and no need for the backyard farming and. no need for that into further self anymore. had made his decision. don't do anything stupid and the intifada over. me and my friends we decided let's go and have a last demonstration was everything is almost
a stabbing so let's try to go and and have a diminished. they managed to go through without all the blokes so we started to run elliott. and saw another guy were coming our direction so i called them to come and hide with us but they felt it would be too dangerous. and just like a minute later we had three shots. people
he told me. i never met. and the first time i saw him. my father wanted to take me to the memorial ceremony. i thought it would be small. but when we reached the church was for the streets outside the church for us. i don't think everybody you know. and i don't know if it was only a memorial. or for that father. and i mean. any. body form we
nobody knows what's. with that what catherine. but there was a woman in town that had been the doesn't. know so maybe she's an old cow living in one of those caves maybe she's even thinking of coming back to with the horde. or maybe she's dead and i'm only chasing a ghost. but sometimes to feel that life is still worth living you need to believe in something. i decided to believe in a what kal living up in the cave. however
around to the north of that southeastern corner of queensland little area river low pressure just to the south of that into the coastal side of new south wales basin there is victoria also seeing some lively showers from time to time cold enough with the winds coming in from a south westerly direction fifteen celsius for melbourne but it could still moderate bright and sunny there for perth around twenty three degrees with some lovely sunshine coming through and warming up a touch further as we go on into wed and stay by wednesday still a few showers cling on to the close to fringes over towards that eastern side of australia a little more cloud there you just notice coming out of south australia into victoria melbourne should be largely dry temperatures here at around sixteen degrees celsius slightly try to work across new zealand over the next day or so little bits and pieces of fair weather clouds sliding towards the country but i think we are looking at the warm dry and sunny twenty one celsius in christchurch that's not too bad and we're not too far off that as we go on into wednesday
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